Nandu Narasimhan has put in his papers at Saatchi & Saatchi as Creative Director-North. His next destination is not yet known. He had joined Saatchi & Saatchi Delhi in June 2006 and had worked on brands like Sony Ericsson and Mother Dairy.
Confirming the development, Narasimhan said, “This is something I accept in my career, that everyone needs to move for good opportunities in life.”
Narasimhan began his career with Tara Sinha Associates in 1989 as copywriter. After a year, he moved on to Everest Integrated Communications, Delhi, where he had handled brands such as Viva, Maltova and LML Vespa. In 1993, he moved to Lowe (then Lintas), where he worked on Maruti, Xerox, Casablanca and Steel Authority of India (SAIL) accounts. The four-year stint at Lowe was followed by a two-year one at TBWA\India (then TBWA Anthem).
Narasimhan then returned to Lowe, where he worked on LG Electronics, Parker Pens and Maruti accounts. Two years on, he moved to Contract as Creative Director, where his portfolio included Dabur and Domino’s Pizza among others. Narasimhan was the Regional Creative Director at Grey Worldwide, where he spent two years 2004-06.